Pot Racks

Available in as many styles and finishes that you can imagine, they bring an organizational efficiency to your kitchen that, once experienced, is hard to live without. Just think about how efficient it would be if all of your favorite pans were hanging within your grasp and at eye level. There would be no more bending and searching for that one pot that always seems to get shoved to the back of the cabinet.

Not only are they efficient, pot racks enable you to display and protect your finest cookware. After the addition of a hanging rack, your expensive cookware will no longer have to be banged and scraped around when you are hunting for that special pan. And you can show them off in a way that is truly beautiful and eye catching.

Not enough cabinet space? Think about how much cabinet space is wasted on your bulky pots and pans. If you could pull those out and organize them with a custom pot rack, you would be left with a large amount of empty, usable cabinet space.

So now that you are interested in what a these could do for your kitchen, you may be wondering where to find high-quality pot racks at a great price. You might want to start by browsing the selection at two of the leading pot rack manufacturers: Enclume and Rogar.

Enclume is the premier manufacturer, and offers the finest racks made by master craftsmen. Using traditional French metal-forming equipment and time-honored methods that have been used for centuries, Enclume’s craftsmen produce beautiful, durable works of art from high-carbon steel, hand selected eastern maple wood and heavy gauge grid work. Enclume also boasts of more styles than any other pot manufacturer. You can choose from finishes such as hammered steel with distressed patina, chrome, brass, copper plated and stainless steel.

Rogar is one of America’s oldest and most distinguished makers of these. Established in 1906, Rogar has a huge variety of both wall and ceiling-mounted pot racks which come in various shapes and finishes. Their selection includes finishes of wood, stainless steel, solid copper and brass, hammered steel and baked on painted finishes in black, white, green, blue and red.

Depending on what style or design you choose, you can spend anywhere from $20 to over $1,000 for your new pot rack. The lower-end pot racks are usually wall mounted and will hold six to eight pots. High-end pot racks, on the other hand, are often, ceiling mounted, crafted from cold-rolled steel and then electroplated with your choice of three finishes: chrome, brass or copper.